云南大学中国西南天文研究所

 首页 Home | 研究所简介 SWIFAR | 人员 People | 科学研究 Science | 学术活动 Activities | 人才培养 Education | 科学普及 Outreach | 诚聘英才 Recruitment | 访问指南 For Visitors | 内部链接 Internal 
 
 招聘博士后 Postdoc Positions 
 招聘教师 Faculty Positions 
 招聘行政人员 Administrative Staff 
 
  诚聘英才 Recruitment
当前位置: 首页 Home>>诚聘英才 Recruitment>>正文
 

云南大学中国西南天文研究所2021年度博士后招聘

Postdoctoral Positions at SWIFAR (2021)


    The South-Western Institute for Astronomy Research (SWIFAR) at Yunnan University (YNU), Kunming, Yunnan Province, PR China, invites applications for SWIFAR research associate positions, starting on March 1st, 2021. We seek for qualified applicants in all branches of astronomy and astrophysics.

    Being one of the 42 top universities designated by the Chinese government to strive for building world-class disciplines and universities (“double world-class”), YNU has prioritized astronomy to be one of the five key areas in its development plan. For that, SWIFAR was established in September 2017, and is intended to be an international center of excellence that promotes basic research in astronomy and astrophysics in China with the highest international standards. It is designed to be a forum for global scientific exchange, an incubator for innovative projects, and a training center for national and international postdocs and students. Currently, SWIFAR focuses on studies in three major areas: a) Interstellar medium and Local universe; b) Galaxy and Cosmology; and c) High energy phenomena and fundamental physics. A variety of academic activities and programs are routinely organized, which have made SWIFAR scientifically stimulating. Successful candidates are expected to be able to conduct independent research, as well as to work closely with the SWIFAR research teams. They should also contribute actively to the global research environment of the institute.

    SWIFAR is building Multi-Channel Photometric Survey Telescope (Mephisto; http://www.swifar.ynu.edu.cn/   kxyj_Science/yjxm_Research_Projects.htm ), a 1.6m telescope capable of surveying the sky in three bands simultaneously with three widefield cameras. It is expected to operate in early 2022. The telescope shall deliver ultra precise, real-time true colours of celestial objects down to a limiting magnitude of g ≈ 22.7 mag. Candidates with experiences in wide-field imaging surveys and time domain science are particularly encouraged to apply.


RANK: Research associates.

SALARY: Depending on qualifications and experience.

TERM: Normally three years, extendable depending on performance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D., or equivalent, in Astronomy, Physics, Planetary Sciences or related fields, completed or expected to complete by effective date, a demonstrated record of research excellence and potential. Candidates of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.

POSITION AVAILABLE: March 1st, 2021.

Each applicant should submit a curriculum vita, a brief summary of research achievements and future plan, and three letters of recommendation (all letters will be treated as confidential documents). It is the responsibility of the applicant to see that all materials, including reference letters, be sent to:

Ms. Yue Hu 

Secretary of Foreign Affairs 

South-Western Institute for Astronomy Research

Rm 1323, Astronomical Building, Yunnan University

P. R. China.

Email: swifar@ynu.edu.cn

CLOSING DATE: Applications arrived before October 16th, 2020, will receive full considerations.


Included Benefits: 

This position is a bona fide, open position, which has not been promised to anyone. It will remain open for at least 30 days.

Application Deadline: Friday, October 16, 2020

Selection Deadline: Friday, December 18, 2020

Current Status of Position: Accepting Applicants

AAS Link: https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/20565ce8


关闭窗口

版权所有:云南大学中国西南天文研究所 

South-Western Institute For Astronomy Research, YNU